The Society Range

"I have never been disappointed with a Society label wine. Always good value and a joy to drink."

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Society wines are at the heart of what we stand for. They are the wines which members buy and re-buy most often, and the wines which the buyers spend most time sourcing and often blending to ensure they are ‘best in class’ examples of their type, taking into account overall price and quality. The single most important ingredient behind any good wine is the person who makes it. Society wines are sourced to our specifications from people who have a track record of providing excellent bottles. The range is designed to give consistent pleasure and enjoyment, while also respecting vintage differences.

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The Society's Prosecco

Light in style and all about the purity, this is a lovely aperitif to serve with nibbles to get everyone in the party mood. Prosecco, grown in the province of Treviso, has long been the aperitif of choice in Venice, and More >

£10.95
Bottle

£65.50
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
SG2201
Product Type
Sparkling Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
11.0%
Reviews (28) >

The Society's Saumur Brut NV

On fine form, Gratien & Meyer’s Loire fizz is currently based on the ripe, healthy 2015 vintage, which brings body to the wine without losing the freshness that is essential in a good sparkler. Easy on both palate More >

£10.95
Bottle

£65.50
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
SG1061
Product Type
Sparkling Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
12.0%
Dominant Grape
Chenin Blanc
Reviews (9) >

Litre of The Society’s Medium Dry Amontillado Blend

True Amontillados (meaning "in the style of Montilla", a town in southern Spain) are dry wines. The flor which grows on the Sherry dies or is killed by fortification, and the Amontillado is left to mature in the More >

£10.95
Bottle

£131
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
SH381
Product Type
Sherry
Style
3 (of 9): Dry, rich
Alcohol Level
17.5%
Reviews (52) >

The Society's Saumur Rosé Brut NV

A refreshingly fruity Loire rosé that is gentle on the palate with a refined mousse. Perfect on its own or with a starter. More >

£11.50
Bottle

£69
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
SG1071
Product Type
Sparkling Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
12.5%
Dominant Grape
Cabernet Franc
Reviews (2) >

The Society's Celebration Crémant de Loire 2017

Majority chardonnay for finesse, with chenin blanc for freshness, and pinot noir and cabernet franc for structure and body, this is a refined Loire fizz from Gratien & Meyer in Saumur. More >

£12.95
Bottle

£77.50
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
SG3021
Product Type
Sparkling Wine
Style
1 (of 9): Bone dry
Alcohol Level
12.0%
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay

The Society's LBV Port 2015

Generous late-bottled pouring Port with dark berry and spice flavours and long smooth finish. More >

£13.50
Bottle

£81
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
PT2431
Product Type
Port
Style
7 (of 9): Dessert sweetness
Alcohol Level
20.0%
Reviews (8) >

The Society’s Full Rich Madeira, 3 years old

The Society's Full Rich Madeira is made from tinta negra mole grapes from vineyards grown at about 200m on the north of the island of Madeira near São Vicente. It undergoes fermentation on the skins with natural yeast More >

£13.95
Bottle

£167
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
MA21
Product Type
Madeira
Style
7 (of 9): Dessert sweetness
Alcohol Level
19.0%
Reviews (4) >

The Society's Chablis 2019

2019 produced dense, firm wines with a taut palate and this Chablis is unoaked so nothing masks the purity. Made exclusively for us by Jean-Marc Brocard, and the perfect choice to partner great seafood, especially More >

£14.95
Bottle

£179
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
BU75531
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Alcohol Level
13.0%
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay
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The Society's Exhibition Haut-Médoc 2015

2015 was a fabulous vintage on the left bank of Bordeaux, especially for cabernet sauvignon. This year the blend of this ever-popular claret, made for us at Society favourites Château Beaumont is 50% cabernet sauvignon, More >

£14.95
Bottle

£179
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CM19611
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Full Bodied
Alcohol Level
14.0%
Dominant Grape
Cabernet Merlot

The Society's Exhibition Haut-Médoc 2016

Ripe, polished and beautifully balanced Bordeaux, with attractive notes of damson and vanilla on the palate. This is a delicious left bank Claret from Château Beaumont, a favourite of members for many years. More >

£15.50
Bottle

£186
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
CM20561
Product Type
Red Wine
Style
Medium Bodied
Alcohol Level
13.5%
Dominant Grape
Cabernet Merlot
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